Recent News:

Person Stabbed At North Quincy McDonald’s

By SCOTT JACKSON An individual sustained life-threatening injuries after being stabbed at the McDonald’s restaurant in North Quincy on Saturday afternoon. The Quincy Police and Fire Departments along with Brewster Ambulance were called to the McDonald’s, located at 275 Hancock St., at approximately 12:20 p.m. on Saturday for a report of a stabbing, police said … Read more

Bigelow Street Fire Still Under Investigation

By SCOTT JACKSON Investigators are still seeking to identify the suspect who started the two-alarm fire on Bigelow Street that displaced more than a dozen residents earlier this summer. The fire at 100 Bigelow St. was reported just after 3 a.m. on July 31, and likely left the building, a women’s rooming house, a total … Read more

Baker Files $840 Million Fiscal Year 2022 Supplemental Budget

Governor Charlie Baker on Wednesday is filing a final fiscal year 2022 (FY22) supplemental budget that proposes investments in transportation, health and human services, school safety and other fiscal year closeout needs. The proposal includes approximately $1.622 billion gross / $840 million net spending and is supported by an FY22 state revenue surplus of $2.3 … Read more

Baker-Polito Administration Recognizes Overdose Awareness Day and Recovery Month

In recognition of Overdose Awareness Day, an annual observance in Massachusetts and around the world, Governor Charlie Baker, Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders, Department of Public Health Deputy Commissioner Jennifer Barrelle, DPH Director of Bureau of Substance Addiction Services Deirdre Calvert, and other state and local officials on Monday joined families, friends, and … Read more

Healey, Campbell Campaign In Quincy


Annual Walk Of Hope Sept. 10 For ALS Research

Teams are signing up for the 21st annual Walk of Hope for ALS, a 3.5-mile walk around Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield to benefit The Angel Fund for ALS Research. The Walk will be held on Saturday, Sept. 10 and begins with registration at 9 a.m. followed by the start of the walk at 11 a.m. … Read more

Lynch Sends Letter in Opposition to ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Financing for Gun Purchases

U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch (MA-08), Chairman of the Task Force on Financial Technology, on Monday sent a letter to Credova CEO Dusty Wunderlich requesting information regarding the use of Credova’s “Buy Now, Pay Later” (BNPL) services to finance online purchases for guns, ammunitions, and firearm accessories. BNPL allows consumers to purchase and immediately take … Read more

Developer Nixes Sea Street Proposal

By SCOTT JACKSON With the city’s zoning board poised to reject it, the developer seeking to construct a three-story, 18-unit condominium building on Sea Street withdrew the proposal following a contentious public hearing on Tuesday evening. JVC Sea Street LLC had been seeking permission to build the new residential building at 105 Sea St., a … Read more


Firefighters Put Out Two Two-Alarm Fires Saturday

By SCOTT JACKSON Quincy firefighters on Saturday battled a pair of two-alarm fires, one in a South Quincy neighborhood and the other at a Quincy Point industrial building. Firefighters were called to 43 Brook Rd. in the South Quincy neighborhood shortly before 11 p.m. on Saturday, Deputy Chief Joseph Barron Jr. said Monday. While the … Read more

Victim In Fatal Quincy Shooting Identified

By SCOTT JACKSON Investigators have identified the man who was fatally shot at a Quincy apartment building early Thursday morning. The Norfolk District Attorney’s Office and Quincy police identified the victim of the shooting as Jordan Wiggins, age 32. Wiggins was a resident of the apartment building at 5 Crown Dr., where the fatal shooting … Read more

Pops Concert Sept. 3 At Hancock-Adams Common

Mayor Thomas P. Koch and the City of Quincy invite the community to enjoy an evening of music and song on Saturday, Sept. 3 for a combined Pops Concert by The Quincy Choral Society and Quincy Symphony Orchestra. The concert will begin at 4 p.m. at Hancock-Adams Common, Quincy Center. “We are so fortunate to … Read more

Quincy Comedy Festival Back For Second Season At Marriott Boston/Quincy

By JOHN McDONALD Live comedy shows are back for a second season at the Marriott Boston/Quincy with two performances scheduled for Aug. 20, at 7  and 9:30 p.m. The shows are presented by JM Productions, Jim McCue’s Comedy Club, and the team of the Boston Comedy Festival. Opening the season are award-winning Kelly MacFarland from … Read more